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How to Make a Die-cut Tim Holtz Card

If you’re just starting out on your Tim Holtz mixed media journey this intricate die-cut panel card, revealing a lovely inked background, is the perfect place to start. The beautifully blended background peeking through the die-cut panel has been created using a selection of the fabulous Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks…

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How to Make a Tim Holtz Floral Frame Card

Create a wonderfully detailed floral frame card with layered die-cut flowers and leaves surrounding an antique looking frame with vintage style ephemera, all positioned upon a gorgeous inked background.

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How to Make a Tim Holtz Holiday Scrapbook Cover

Document your travel memories in a beautifully decorated holiday scrapbook using Tim Holtz products, there’s so many embellishments, ink pads, papers and ephemera to choose, creating a stunning mixed media album cover is a doddle.

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How to Make Father’s Day Tile Letter Cards

Father’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’ve left making your handmade card to the last minute, these quick and easy tile letter cards could be just the answer – all you need to do is cut and stick! The ‘Best Daddy’ word search card is perfect for…

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How to Make Father’s Day Tile Letter Cards

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